Iowa Law Safeguards Insurance Consumers’ Private Data

Katya Maruri reports:

In a move to defend insurance consumers’ private information, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has enacted a bill to set new standards related to data security, investigations and cybersecurity events for insurance companies.

The bill, known as HF 719, came about in response to several major data breaches involving large insurers that exposed and compromised the sensitive personal information of millions of insurance consumers over the past few years, Rep. Garrett Gobble said via email.


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